The many repercussions of Tajikistan’s civil war have greatly complicated the press’s efforts to practice objective journalism. Although the government is anxious to spread information through the media, it is quick to suppress reports that do not portray stability by BRUCE PANNIER SINCE PRESIDENT IMOMALI RAKHMONOV came to power in November 1992, Tajikistan has become […]

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